Sec 9 of HMA talks about a very particular term "reasonable excuse". It also provides a provision that the party who has withdrawn from the society of his/her spouse, if have a reasonable excuse to do so then he/she can oppose the petition of restitution of conjugal rights filed by the aggrieved party by proving that reasonable excuse.
If you have not been in jail for more than 24 hours then you are elgible for any government job.
F.I.R is lodged only after the commencement of the crime or an act done for the commencement of the crime, you cannot lodge a F.I.R merely on the basis of suspicion. But if your brother has given any threat that he will cuase any harm to the said property then you can lodge F.I.R against him, but if not then you cannot lodge F.I.R merely on the suspicion.
No, filling an F.I.R against the person harrasing you would not affect your visa application, as it is the right of every citizen of India to take a legal action against anyone who is infringing your right to freedom and privacy provided in the Constitution of India by any means. And every person has the right to safeguard himself from being victimised by any crime.
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You don't need to panic, as you will be liable only if the product was any how defected but since it is not, the customer cannot take any legal action against you as you are responsible for the product soley, not for the other machine it is being attached, you are not laible for any deffect in the machine the product is being attached to. So do not worry the customer cannot held you liable for the his own fault.
You can file a writ under article 226 in the High Court.